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Is MPEG-4 Better Than MPEG-2 for DTH Services?

DTH operators

There are two technologies being used by Direct-To-Home (DTH) TV service providers in India and the world over, namely MPEG-2 and MPEG-4. The newer DTH operators, who use MPEG-4, claim that they offer superior audio and video quality due to the use of the more efficient MPEG-4 standard. But does the use of MPEG-4 automatically imply a better quality of audio and video than MPEG-2, or is it just a marketing gimmick?

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RO, UF or UV: Which Water Purifier Is Right For You?

Reverse Osmosis principle

Most people assume that RO water purifiers are, by default, a better class of water purifiers than UF or UV ones. While this may be true in technological terms, it does not mean that RO water purifiers should be the automatic choice for every home. This article lists the factors to evaluate to choose the right purifier for your needs.

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How to Choose the Right Cordless Phone for Your Home

Cordless phone

Choosing a cordless phone for your home can be just about as difficult as choosing the right mobile phone for yourself. There are a multitude of options available, each with their own set of features. Here’s a low-down on the points to consider when choosing the right cordless phone for your home.

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Nokia N8 Phone Review

Nokia N8

After having used my earlier Sony Ericsson K790i over four years, I finally decided to go in for a change of phone. The choice boiled down between the Nokia N8 and the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. After a comprehensive analysis of features supported, price and other aspects, I decided to go in for the Nokia N8. Here’s my not-so-comprehensive review of the N8.

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Rediffmail Corrupted my Emails!

Rediffmail inbox

All those of you using the Rediffmail Email service – beware!!! Please go through your old emails and check whether they are still okay. For all you know, they may be corrupted! I was just going through my old emails recently and happened to notice that a lot of them were corrupted.

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